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SPECIAL NOTICES.
N. J. BOWERS,-
RESIDENT DEIV I' 1ST,
JticArtliur.'Obld.' v.
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P.rtieular attention gien to Iha treatment
of the natural teetb.
No Bdsisbsj Dohb on Satcbdats
" I HI I
J.F. TOWELIj. TorUmouth, Ohio, oflei
to the Mrchnto4. Furocmen of Vinton
county, a superior stock of Dry Goods nd
Notions, on term th most fcrorabl. John
billaUun, Traveling Agent,
Bept. ' J' .
A. SPENCER NYF.. J.8. MACK2T.
NYE m& MACKEY.
1MPORTEH8 AND DEALERS IS
Crockery.China & Glassware,
Cutlery ami Plated Wnre,
Gas and Coal' Oil Fixturea,
OPPOSITEJHE COURT HOUSE,
C7 2' A INT MEET.
CIIJLL1UO TIIEyOIUO.
JIOcjWTl
Notice to Teachers.
TUB BOAU '.tociiool ITxtiiliien for Vin
os County will meet at the I'liion tk-lioid
ttouae, In McArihur, on the 1st and 3rd Sutiir
tay nl March, April, May. September. October,
and November; and the lt Saturday m Jnnii
ry, February, .tune. July, August, and Ue
eembor, lbch, jeiir. Examination to com
mence t ten o'clock, A. M. BntSfii.tory-evi-deuce
of good moral character till be required
a ell ease. A fee of to cents i required by
w from each applicant.
M. R. BARNES, Ch'u, ) Board of
J. S IIUIIN, i.oihool
L. O. J'ERlUE. Clerk, Examiner.
Howard Sanitary Aid Associa
tion. For tho Helierand Cure ol the Erringnnd tin
fortimuteoii lrhicidHof Chriatian
I'luliintliropy.
Euaye on the Error of Vouth. and the foN
1ie of An. li relution to Marriage and 8oHmI
EnU, with aanilaiy aid for the altliclej
i.stl.fr, in eeal'e I envelop. , Addre,
OWAKD AirWClATlON, Box P, I'l.llndel
?hia,l'a. '
IWARTHUR ENCAMPMENT
NO. 115, 1. 0. 0. F.
aniu, TE(flII.AB Meetini!lthiaEn.
$&(k lt.-iiroi.mnit will hereafter I
Sf 'jVAh.-lil mi Hie second and lnt
mUffiO" Wednesday eveulus of -ucli
wontb. Pati-ianim m JUi-r i "tn-ii
who may be via'tin 0111 Ainn are muted t
attend. JiMl.N !'. iU ' KLE, C. I .
Juiui T. RrrR. S.
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HERE NOW!
I have just manu
factured and am now
offering at lowest pri"
ce3a full stock of all
Mndsof
FDKNlTDliE,
suited to this market.
I will manufacture
to order anything de
sired in my line.
A full stock of Cof
fins and Burial Gases
always on hand. Will
attend funerals with
hearse when desired.
F A HIS II KTO A ,
Corner of High and Locait Streeta,
McARTHUR, 0. (
7mrl.
lUHnrn'ly, cheH, quiuk,
iuiuuk runt-nuK "'
KnnieH.-e. lieciibe
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IKMSTKuNn, ty. ),,
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EATERS.
nminiff
urium
THE VINTON RECORD.
Officii! Organ of Vinton County.'4
Local MATTERS.
- Tuk Court ol Uoiuuiua F.eai
meets next Tuesday! .
Osb of tliQjvealher-wlse
( says
this is a .dry aioon. .My-be -.il
is, but it's terribly damp under
foot. .
fc. F. Web:) ot I'drry Cv, will
be at the stolk - skle'wrfh 30
lieai of fine cattle -'averaging
over 1,000 pounds each. The
sale occurs nextu? 8$ty;r .
Rev. Mr. Duucuff will next
Sunday or'gaiiiza a clals'ot old
er persons for the Btudy of the
Bible, which wilrle'et1arf4Jfle
sunie hounind w it In he Sund i v
chonl, at 'o'c I oct.T.'M-.- You
are i n v j toil. f-
Tub reguliif unidn meeting
of the McArihur SuWiffi'
Schools - falJer-'plrtce at the
Christian Criurch to rhorrrtw
evening' 1 The c li i I dre n" h a ve'
arranged it programme Avhich
I hey think will Itimisli a good
evening's eniertitiiimmit and
invite the friends and parent)
to be present.
Hi. Felt-'N has jtis retnrned
from the city Avitli-ii -uewiinod
choice lot of goods lor both la)
dies .ond genTlemen. Also a
lull line of goods forjhfl Imius
liohl, and clioice fresh gro.
ceries, nil" of -TV-hlclfwMre ttir
chfiscd ai bw figures, and wf!l'
lie (old at i.hl'siiuiilesudvije
on cost. Jivp luni a cull, ul
I3en. -Ji-ilJiSnN. dmve - lr.
Brenien to hi Iinine, 23 mrles!
on Wednesday 'night of bfsl
week, ' witliont getting out rl
his buggy, with llio therumiii
eter away down'iTi Ihe ieetis
I.elnW zro. And all Jri-'pay h
hi hi irihiius-iHil (lirM.ip- he v.is
owing. I5en. nevi-r h Nip's. I'l.r
niiilii. wind-. v J,ea1,iiert''niil'
naiiiies'io get over IV ;g'oil
deal of 'eirffot-V: "
Ir has liuit iii.iii.v u long year
siiici! the uitui-t. room has .had
-uclia cleaning, scrubbing and
general ren.ovniing ns it has
liL-en gotliug nt the hauls ol
I lie new Deputy Sheriff, Mr. 8.
n 11':.., i o .-... m ..
o. ni'frs. "o;iiu. laivesja
if his office as if he nieaitfbus
iness, and does a Rqvilr'Wi
work, just as he did w hen he
was working for himsell on the
tarn It is. no:mftf'e ihan in oi-
il,.o. oiw.nl .1.. I.... :. . . VN
ItbCi OIIWIJI u.i, UUt.IL 1.1 - llll III-
novaii'in (ill tiio limu-honoi ed
cuslom td the ring.
t Tutr.E will bo a Iree concri
given by iLe pupils of I'r d'
Wni. Allison, at Uif .Clirt(iau
Ciurch, on Saturday evening
he. Prof. Allison has Leen
leaching a class ol about forl':
pupils' in music, Ihe term con'
duding with the lesoii on 'S.H
urdny. We learn that the class
has ni ide coinmeinbible p'ioi?
res under Pri, A.'a djrectitiii,
an I. an eflori wilj be ,niade to
orjaiiize an iher lsrssi
Tuiifoi o in named persons
obtdne I certificates at the lat.
tx imiii iiii'i j - .. - . ' :
For Eighteen Months. Chau'
B.Tayl r ; V
FW Twelve Months. boile
J'lhnson, Mry L ll.twli, Uelen
llillanl, ETjz S Bull .veil, and
R ibert Wlc'CilbMii. k
'jFer 'Sic,-'- Months Maggie
Busiiirkj Lfz'zK' Swepsib.n, M.ia
gie f tiKs,;..Rjbecc.i ..CoUrill,
SuUie . Pilcher, L:jrai.".S..yai ii.
Sallio AndreAvs and S G. Dar
L. O. PERDUE,
Clerk Board Examiners.
Eld U. A. Pallisteu, of ihe
Christian Church ol this place,
has received a call Iroai the
congregation at Canton, which
he ha di c dj.i to accept, lie
will preach his fare veil lermnn
to his MeAithur congrega ion,
mi Sun ay nilen.om, at 3
o'c'ock. Elder Pa 1m: er has
matHge I the cliarie h. re with
r.ir tic', tl.e cong.regiiion
grow. i g ir. in .1 uiHie hiiill ill
of the laithlul to u member
rhip eiju lii numbers aid Jeal
tiany i i McArihur. lie will
leave 'lu-rj ilh t ie good wish
ed of t ie whole coin nuuitv. -
Dh.BjvViiw, Utjuust, JIcAr-
tbur,0
--- 4 o
'uk Commis'siuer meet next
Monday."' Crai'o office boy i
in Hie room over' the Treasury
. - :
WiiEK.we wenX to press lasi
week the mercury in the ther
mometer stood at 17 to 20 de
grees below zero. This week
jt is GO degrees- above..
r wi i
Mrs. 'Ezekiei. B'.na, one
among 'our oldest' residents,
died last JUonday night, after
an illness of about six; weeks';
Mrs. Leary, who lived near Zi
leski, died on the same day;
Tue groundhog saw his shad
ov on Sunday last, the d(Ut,oJt"v
which his hoghip H,suppo3ed
to appear. The weather has
baen .very persistent ly gro win p
wjrmer ever since, neverlht
less. Dr. J K. Saffikd, who form
erly resided here, drew ajiorse
in a -lottery at Gallipolis, lai
we'k. Dentists should .be
.ruled out of all lotteries and
lfiime8.of poker. as. they are be
lieved to Imve more pk ill than
other people in dnwin.
t ,1, . ., ... et e
Attintion js tlireded to d
yejjisement ol Standard Pin -i,oraprr,jia,a
another column
Jt j'f all tlmt it author v'latiiifi
L'irii,iind if iis utility,' beauty
Und, uipiic4l!y were better uif
dersiood itenerully it would be
u.nijicl njore cm:m)ii study
than it is. at present.
TllE folltm ing-kt fiat of leti
ers I1'rrinrwttf in the pnsl-oflice
at Mi: Arthur. 'Ohio, Feh. 1st:
Letrie Ansel, John Urnnkn,
I i J- I II- II
$.'S. 'Bbe, Cena E. Dram,
enoii, W.chingion lloo!, M iry
Aiin ' Murphey, E nnia 1'aine
Cal. W.ills, John Ward.
JNO. McLAUGHLIN, P. M.
TllE f'il!p v,iiit'.U a list of lei
Tors reniuining in iha pusl o!
line nl Z ileski, Ohio, Feb. h:
Will 11. McKiuney, .Morgan
DrigL-, Mrs. S. J. Miller, Jiim'
Sco'v, O'tspi-r Lir.ic', ClancM
L Ht Is. Aicfiibiilil llnwe, J
K. Robinson, W. WiU.m. W .1
lace Wood, Win". 11 Wilson
Miry Wilson, Andrew Ciiien,
Mary Collins.. , ;
'
J. K. WILL. P. M.
L MlDalilPMAN Warren Joues i
w. j
Ul. u llio. II il Mini l, im inuKII,
.somewhat bleached, bv
seven weeks, seige of tyjdj ii-,1.
lever,, wichjias been prevail
ing to s.imo.fuxl.enftiptijlie
iiiinaifs ot (lie ivval Ac idemy
Warren has fully entered Tipo'n
iiii'sflrlifs, and is well "pleased
with ihe di icipliiij mb tlmr
ouirlinesJ ol Ihe schooling 4reH
receiving, llis friends her-.-
look with pride and pleasure
upon' his appoint inent, and ex
pect him to put in his bes'i
lick?;1 for the honor of laLittlt
Vinton."
'Ill K Libraiiati ol Ihe M. E
Sund iy School. Mr J. U Kiu'g.
siy.t many of llie bo6kS liave
.been returned i'l response to
tlie n itice '"publi;hel a' "few
weeks since in the li-'cOnl, but
inauy are still niis-'in;. iim.in:.
i hern a great number of hymn
hooks, m hicd'are much needed
Prsii'ns'hava iaken fhem awiiv
to practice or "learii 'hViriis
and re' nined theln. hee'lli s ly
putting ihem away in lion
cse r closet, when they ere
Itirio'ten, ihe pretif. iticon-v.-iiience
of the sclu ol. L.tik
i he tn up, and return I hem.
Wk met-virii Mr. O.'C. Ca l.v
t'ie other evening, who h;
stm k nt work on. our railr.ntd.
He is railioid man direct from
the Cliesipeake and O iio, and
as soon ai the weat ier open
will bring on his entire force
Iroru the C. & 0. B.R. - bosan
jjuine is he that the O. ,MeA.
& C li. U. will be a :0"d divi
dei.d i a. jnj,- road, h expie&s
e a willingness lo lake ol each
inont'i's wi rk $59 in stock ol
Gal. Ledger
Wk' will fiirninh the Record and the
Cincinnati Gazette ta subscriber ut
$3.50 per yel r.
Wb will furnish the Record nnd the
New- York Times una year for f3
Any of our tubscriboH wiiibing to sub
scribe for any of the leading newspa
pers or periodicals can get theia a the
publisher i lowest club rates, Ly sub
icr.ibing.at fljls'isffice. .
TWO MERCHANTS.
When tnulii Krew 'slack, mid i notes-
full due, . . i .
This merchant's face gr$W long and
blue; ,
Ills dreams were troubled through
the night, '- ' '
With sheriffs balliffj. alt ia light.
At last liU wlfu uuto hlui said
-Rise up at once, get out ofbeilv
And get your paper ink nm! pen, '
'(And s ty these words unto all -fneu :-
-My goods I wish to sell to yofrj
Anil to your wlf.Miiiil dangliteri.too;
My pi Ices they ghiill be so low,.
'That each shall buy before they go."
He did as liUgood wife advised,
tVnd In the p:iper advertised; r
Cjowtta came and bought of all Jio
had,
Ills notes were paid, his dreams were
- ..'a ,lad.
And lie will tell you, to this day,: .
How Avell did printer' Ink repiy1
Ho told 119. with a know ing wink,
How ho was saved with printer's Ink.
r
Another In a place as tight
Contented wn ttie press to slight;
Undid no' h-t the people know,
Of what ho had. or .where to go. .
Ills limits were duo and Aifre not
paid ;
A levy on his goods-was nude4; '
Tho store was closed until the sale,
And for some time he win in Jail.
A bankrupt now. without n cent,
At leisure lie did deep repent
Tim t lie was foolish and unwise,
And did not freclv ndrertisc.
"Too Poor to Take a Paper."
Moor?, of tho Rural Ne'
Yorker, was sitting in his office,
one afternoon some years ug.
when a fanner Irieud came in and
said: Mr. Moore, I like your pa
ptr, but times ure so hard 1 can
not pay for it.'
"Is that so, friend Jones? I
am sorry to. hear that yon are so
poor; if you are so hard run I
will give you ray paper."
Oh, no,-1 c in't tike it ns' a
i-ift. "Well, then, Iet,s see - hoiy
we can fix if. You raise chiok
en.', I believe."
"Yes, a few, but they don't
bring anything, hardly." "
D.in'i the)? Neither does
my paper cost anything hirtfdly.
now I have a proposition to
nuke to you. 1 will continue
our paper, nnd when you go
home you iimy select from your
lot of chickens, one chicken and
cull her rai ie. Take good care
of her and bring me the pro
o "cds, whether in eggs or chick
ens, ai.d we will call it square. '
"All rih', Brother Moore."
and i h-1 foil j vv chuckled 'ut . what
he thought a capital bargain
lie kep'. ihe contract strictly,
and at the end of the year f itiml
that ho had paid uhnut lour pri
,03s.fjrhi8 paper. lie often telN
tho j -ke himself, and says he
never had the fice to say he was
to take a .since
Model Farmer.
rRAPP.xa Jon tllian of . n
of our back township, who
jjmd brought his 4 Sweetne-s''
io Ihe Teachers' Examination,
and to see the sights, lust Sat
urday, happened to be stand
ing over ihe register in one ot
i he Inwer rooms of the school
building, when he attracted
general iirtenliou to himseli
by exclaiming in n huid voice:
llanner, I believe I'mg-iiii' lo
hey n lever, I. leel 8ucli, l o
s'reaks h rtm'ii'i1 up iny legs.'
Pomeroy Telegraph.
That Cute Picture.
The WoMter.i IVsUl lL-unnl puli
lirlieJ nt Chicago, the ninut reliable
post ii I pirper in the t'hion, says:
"How io - ig tJiat the proprietors of
Our Fireside Friend can jiive awny to
every sutiserilier a ht-imtiful clirninu nt
I6.i20 inuhoR, und whiuh retuils cvfry
where at $10, in mire than wo can t- II.
But 'liey ilii it An I it in certainly iin
elegant picture: TIiq sul ject imt
plitMMiiii!, find it will hi it lieuiitilil nr
niiment in itny household.' Our I- ire-
I Hide Frinnil liim nttiiincd a very large
uiri-uluti.in, nml in hriniy edinlili-iicU
. i . - 1
iiione of tho leading futnily weckireii
tl.e t'niun. ' . .
McArthur Market.
;i a a
Flour, per saca.... .
......
.!...' .4n
ii.... 35
........135
.......12
i
iZ .10
7(8
... . 78
...i-. -15H
.... 1oa23
: -.20
1520
.(8
,...200a250
.75
..'"... 15a.20
7J.100
3.10
7.00
2530
:
12H.I5
Corn
Data v
Wheat
lliinw. rutin tr,r
. siisfiir cured.. .
Snmked -liles .......
Sliouhk'M .
lick led fork
lliN-klngriult per bbl
Sucks ..."
Kgsrs
liutter... ,
Lard .......'.
ISi'iuis ,
Potiitoe
riiti-kriiA. live
Trie! Apple
Di-ii-ii IVaolius
White KUh
Hi.. t;c.tUe
t'olJce Sugar... j
Di-inurara' '
t'nba '
New Oi'letins Molasses..
Sorghum "
Syrup . ..7.".".'!
Star Cauilles, per lb
Tailcw - .
Soap, country per lb....
GLerM
Coal. iit bus
Hogs, dressed $ cwt. . . .
W
...... 80.100
4U50
75a.l.OO
.23
15aJ0
... ,:
...i.... 4
Always keeps a full stock of
Pure fresh Drugs and Medi
cines, Pure Wines
MedicAiiPurposes; the very best
that can b e cDiameu.
PhvSician's-Prescrintiqn&xic
curately compiVitndfid"'
GEORGE W:f':SI()m
;:; South side of Maiii Sti,
Sign of Red, White and Blue
xr
?.wr.:.ok
BLOTTERfef DAYG SH, J OUR tfALS,
LEDGE US
TIlVlEv "BANK? INVOICE, LETTER.
I .,.tii ..f.:. ot tail
..I .ura l
PAPER AND
Standard Inks
s. c.
s
CHILLICOTHB, OHIO,
and Liquors for
i
i
Mil I
"I ..!.,. ...4 ... .
t i "r. J- 'Bur
--. ' a;l
...(l ...
-lf.
. 11 uttl.
ENVEIKES,
. .mtj.a .. j ....
ami 1 Stationery,
rttl 11 (
of
;
5
EVERY FARMER
Slioild cnllntthe (
FAtWIEUS' IMPLEMENT
MAOHIHEEY ABD SEED STOBE
..... JoPr
A. PUEDUM & BRO.,
Where tlify will nnd a full ioq!i of the very
boot ul '
AGHICl LTLRAL ' HirLElIEATS,
Coniftinnf the
I.nenftfcrnnd llurkcyrGrnln
Drill!, Oiii lioino Bal k ,
y itUI'or Com Lund.
Tliitery heat in the market. The
CJ. im ; l;-r ,
Dnokryd Imirorf aiul-,Aincrlf!np Feed
liilii-ra, Corn Mticllcm. Oi-lutre Vnrm
Wauui.a. Fimnlnii .llilfa, (-'aim Hell,
tbe lainoua L'ni.ni t burn, the Ureal
Agricultural. Steamer,
Kor.i-o'.kyiif lnn. fit unoK. Kvi-ry former
! ' and twk Mianr ahould lwvc our.
Fotcytli-j Scalps.
K.ir urm-rrin-, nnrliriikea and farmers. A
lint; h'.I'Iiii ioI KAH.M
HAND- IMPLEMENTS
Suchna IIOF., TtlKES, F-ilIK", SHOVELS
Wild I'LOU t f F ALL KIXD3
nWo n hill aforlmcnt nf
Farm, Veretaelo and Garden Eeedt
In alirri a riiitire-thlih,a Cirnifr'a a-nin-monnlirn
Mnir, l.rre all are iuiiled to cnl
Hud examine our i-t-n k,
aT4N0. 17. PAINT STREtT
CHILI ICOTHE. OHIO.
Holloway'sintment
'I'll K ernnd pilnnple thai nporniex In thi
1 wonderful' inel(i!me, ia the pnwer tl.ai
hy yWe in inirifyin:! ihetnrgiii ili.nd.
a..d' fxpl'mn ill corrupt humor, trom llif
t-tem.
'lltl MVAV'S PI I.I.H ennaial nf a earefu
and pei-nliar admixiine- f ihe Hneal vrrla
l.le rain. -la. herlm a.Ml meiliiail km in a.
-I'N.inn ol a grain of minrinl in Iheiri-nni
Nn .iion, ihey nen-r i-xpoao lhoe a ho ue
them In any uanirer, at any lini. ar xion.
No nihi-r need hi'a.e nrfivrib Ihein In
herohildrrn. end Ihe nioi-l delieioe mn-l.ly
lion- can uelln-ni with aa itieal a Iwnehl ai
the in ia! tigoroua and poweiltu Irame.
HOLLOWAY & 00., Sole Proprietor.
78 Maiden Lane, New York
ilo.lnwav'a Pills and Ointment are mid M
J'. pt m, ',$ i-eiil- H...I II per Ih.x or pol. A
Itrnit wvinv ia made by utiyinu tiw lar)ie aiava
6uotI-"iIw
Hiwj Goods
DECEMBER 5th.
m
Paint and Second Street,
CIIILL1COTIIE, 0.
la renelring Inre Additions to hi itock
, Fori , Winter, Sajes.
NEW STYLE
Winter Monk.
Ulnler SM3Tl,
C luaklns Velvets,
-UrMVf-n CKMli. m'v
Clotfk'fl'rliiinilBg.
Uis-,.Trtni tilings.
, a larjt Hook
AT LAST YEARS'' PRICES,
DnalKi, flaxneh, Jenm, Catimtrm,
Undet wear, He fierv Gloves. Nubias
andscaifs.
DRESS GCODS
OF ALL KIND3
'BELOW
MARKE11 PRICES
An.r R. P. S If ART.
GET THE BEST.
-() pfj, will pay: for Ihe Child'a Friend,
'-s,"eiiii-min hly, tor one ear,
eanllliil illlirtrnleil piipi r for Ihe children.
41 OO'1' mt ,nr the i'lul.l'a l-riend. hmiI
P;uv'miei:iirmnn. The Kan. lea woiih ti
CI (IO"'11 l'V f'.r Ih IteeklT HlilM birif
jpi.vjvn g,WJ,Mr thelieat in ihewi rld
1 ri-hihlrm iiih y.inih, and a. Hit dl'lonio.
he li lla l.ilie, p ii-e ,
S' 2;)".'" '"'J ' "h PP '"' both
rVr" "lirum,,,,.
S-i Cfl"'!! .ht for the Briiiht Side and
VvV,.iri,,0- qMk nd lularil
liromo I2IH ini-hea, Eiiaier Morning, which
.l..nei w- ithSil.
CI -X"'!!'!." for Irfith paper" and Ihe ihre
'?t,,l'.hiiiii.ioriliiii.lllia.
m Ki.th ppt,ie aui-h aa parei.ta and reach
era maj auii womeni 10 ineir i-no.irn or
i.lil.ll-. and Ihe Win. in. are of HiVolulce-i
.in-1. Niilhinjj itieri'n lefnnd fori hri.
n,re--ni Ploiwe my whefejoumw thia.
ag-uiM naiueu. . ,
. nRir.nTeinEro.auaBo.
' HATS!'
Fall Styles,
-AT-
MIXHA RS II AT STORE
ISMIT
Lcaiidcr 51. Jours' Heir
PAtNT STREET.
Probate Court.' Vinton County. Ohio.
CTTTLLICOTHE.
20
0
NOTICh ia herel.y iiiien that Levi Rnl.inet,
auarilian nf Jnnaihan It. and .Ma.y L
June, miunh haa filed hi accnnnla. -evir-ally,
with a"'" want-, and that the wnw ere
at lor heannn on the h "y ol Feiiruary,
a. D. lt7-i, at II o'vluck, A. M
H.M.MAYO."
11 . ProWu Jiuiii. .
iuar,lMJ.,;.v ; . ..
2ocl 107i
SCAIilS Toil SALE.
.TP A TT?tTaTsTK'-!
QTOOK and Ol Snle a gnnd aa new,
aule at vary low price. Oil on
norll B-CJOJiii Attoraay.
A ' v' "
NOTICE.
Jam H, ttrmj. E1U O. K-my odb w.
: KidtbJ Lelicia E WyUnra MilDary .
Roftcn, piuaun, ftgatiut riK
- r r , ;
THE Pfrn4a4 Plnc Mejnia inwi
. . ... n. Will I If A
nonoo ini in' u."-.. - ,;.
dy of Nomhr. a. 1 mt. fll ihr pii
lion in lh Court of Commoo PI wilhi
and tor ihaCuuniref Vmlon ia kMsim .
ot Ohet. anlpl lh anl.l Hmriek Meinrtn,
rfttug (nh IliM lhjr. hn l l of Johu
ii-W . !cid. r lh ownaw id f io
olfi.aa'i ar in ponon of Ih tbllowia.
Hind. .itiinU Id Vinton eounf.SMt of Ohia.
imI deril.l lollo, lo wit 1 1 ha Dortn
hii uiiKiter or th ouihiel aiii!r, and
thv iiih-mwi qiiHitvrol ihatomn-aMlqiur-Kr.'ifMiilinn
0 4i.toani.htp No. I, of KOf
' .. . . . . . A -..h.n ik. A
No. is; drirctorianiliiiDooiiOMiatvaii
llooih. oiin. , . . '
TIibI H fid Milberry Roach, fcnnrty
Mnbcrrjr Hf nijr own. dor inwrnl tnr.
in; and lurllifr ilinf forth thai Iba dd,
ant. Filr.i-k McNnre irlndato hnld a
.ifo.l for thirty cr ol a:d Ujdt, ta wit:
thirty aure out of ihf norlh wt eornarof
nd tninl of lno'i. and rlima rtaaad in .
irfl ihernn adrani to ill Ui and in tar- '
t of Hi pi iint.it., and prayinc that iha llll
and chnn nf defendant may I ntrmind
l l null and void a anainaijth till ol
Idainuita, aad for xiirh ott.-r rrlirf a th na- '
turo i.f ihca an t ability may raquira.
-. ('iftnaot la notified to avprarand aawr
aid iirlitmn bv in third lodar after
Tliurada Ih 13 h dar nl rhruarT 1(73. or
iiU uetiiion will I takn a I me.
II. C -ixCS, Aitornpy for pbrnUiS
January 0, 1171. - "
JT U R AGENT 3 .
Are miikiDg moia moi y felling tbe life
C., L, VALANDIGHAM
Than h"a f er hn wade on Ihe aal ol any
one hnna in Ohm. Wehara alill oirechoi-
terrilnrr lell 'I'h who P.I flrt will get
I K ir 1-r.tn. a.llra-i TUKNrlUl.L BRoTU
ERx. HHllimore, Md.
LargsSt Organ Establishment in the
? Extensive Factorle.
J. ESTEY & COMPANY,
a all tri not
T H L'i ChiLKBHATj: D
Estey Cottage Organs.
I lia la'ast an I l.t lmprnTmnt. Etert.
thin tlmt ia newa ml notl. '1 li leadm lm-
ln.i-iiirnta in rn wire inirouucea oni
in thi. eHiUjbmtnt. . .
Kstablisheainl846:
8E1 D f 05 ILLUSTRATED DATA
LCGDE.
GUNS! GUNS!
WlinlrhHla and rfiKil riniihle runa at l acd
it.wur.la. Mrifch londerr . M. Kefolfera,
alt fcinila and price.. Air-giiiiaand aiatnla.
Hin tie iirtn-lf. if nt lo any purl of Ihe peon
try hy aiprexa, C O. II. Turaat Com pan ie
rnd lih.e blill i-lnt f applied at lowot whole-nlfaie-'Tulin
fe Si peri-ent. by or.
'(-riniiof Ml1, aa we iinpnrl our own (ooHa.
ftil r--l"rif!: ftt.'' II BNRV r. bqUIhen.
mior-.frn OfnU.r, ik Chatham lit , (near
Cill Uall.J-fOj'W Vork.
1 & P.C OATS'
J. .best six cord:
WhiW and Black Threads
Art Hjlfliiuhei, itiltioiil thtunf aay aitoaiKa waul,
irrr lo ) r' " i"'i1 ia' S,ou Ihtrtby fretrr.
in Ih i nprtor rtn ilk of lix-eord timid.
The lieu ikuilt of black txu a lilken pol
iJi, ami all wimrVn ura mrruatMl '
lUi-oii I'K iiiclmiM,
Fob Sab by all Dry Goods Bealeri.
ASK FOR J &P.COATS'BLACK
' A - use it for machine aewinx.
WITflEEBY.EUGQ 4.EI0HAEDSOIT
' M ANVJfACTU REUS OF
Wool Workinff Machinery Generally.
Speclallleu-Woedworlh Plala,
Tiiniiuelnir and lireavinr Slnralnea,
Uk'bnrtlanii'ii I'nlvnt Imprve4
4 Tcuon Maihinra, Eto.
Central, cor. Union St.,W0E0E8TEE.
MASS,
1. U. WITIIERBV. G.J. BUGS.
s. M. R'onABPSQ.t.
AGENTS! A RARE CHANCE!!
We will pay agent. $40 per we-k in cah who.
willengHM with uaiit on.'e. Everything fur-lll-hed
and eaiwnaea i.iiul. Addreaa
A. Oi lULI'Eli It CO., Chnrlo te, Mich.
CRIfttOO. r '"y' Asenti wanted! Alt
fJ.UfaViumn of working people, or
rithei ax,? unit "r old, make inme money
hI work li.rua in ilifir apare mnuienia, or all
(limine, than anvlhmele. Paiticulara fre.
Ad.ir.'M (i. el'lNliN CO , Portlund, Maine.
.REWARD.
"or any caae of Wind,
ilef dm k, Uvhinf or alcr
le.i pilea, thai leBing'a
il Remedy fail to cure.
It i prepared In cure tho
pila a'.l iiotliirg elee. Sold by all druggiat.
I'rice ai.iai.
T A TMT?C! I'wentv.fivecenla wi'l aecura
tin. lJlxliJhv return mail, a box of
1'tumer' luvlalblc. 'hn mnar rnnrnnnff 01 an
huh puwilcra. 8. fAI'MKK, li flHtt at., .l .
nlJIIIII
Administrator's Notice.
N NOTICE ia herel.y given thnt th under
aiirnnd have been ai.uollltfd aommiatra-
loii. of ilw K-iateoi-lnel liolan, la.e of VluUn.
ounty.tmm, ileceaad.
M A HI' HA HOLKN, ) j-ih-.j
1,1' III Ett BOLEW. AumiDistiator. ,
Jnnniry in, 1873. St
Assignee's Notice.
NOI'ICKia hereby given that the under
-igneil haa been duly appointe i Aanuriee
..f l.eia C. I'av. ol Zleaki. Vinton i-ouutT.
who aa.iuna lor Ihe lienrflt of hia crednora.
frclitoia are notified inpreeent Itieirclaima.
dinv am heutimted, within ihe time i.reaen.
hedhyl.w. CHAUL.BiB. UOVEV.
January 18, J87J.
Notice.
Estate of Jacob Hawk, Deceased.
'I HE iin.leraiened haa been dirty doaliflk.l
J aa cxeviilnrnl the laat mil and teatainent
..f .liu-nb Hawk, late of Vintoa county, de-
eiif'i.
listed this Slid day ol Jnnnarr. A. t. 1873.
JiuEFH F UAWK.Sxr. .
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GREAT OtTEM TO AGENTS..
are made by Th SATuaniy Erraixa Poa't and '.
t'lia l,n' KauM. A 6aiitilulhroni of
the . .
VliliLD PROFIIET '-SASlTxtl.
worth tA ft i. la i;i?en with the paper (nh'
acrlptinn price mil or with Ihe Magat na.
(price Ii 50. J Dj of foil to examine isto tin '
oner, it is'
I . A OBEAT t'OSIBIXATIOX 1 1
t . "t - - - '
Idrireae for eircnlar. aamprea, Ac., Dtatcn't
ftami. W9 Walml Urttt, fkdttMfk.t.
. Rnj yoar "
o t.w. ';
J&r 'sJVJ ' I' !! "h ;
ffTyVfit'M ! ni'nu anurai
TKrA-5'2pr?vl I ' "lea'a ax- i
V4nj i chHiraly In
jXySmyl I too" articles.
'Kiti, 8poial at. j
J 'Ofe 't ntioo givo
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